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Declare variables after _IENavigate?

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I am trying to get some variables of _IEGetObjById in the new _IENavigate URL and not the initial URL. Putting them after the first section of script seems to work as far as the variables go but the function stops running before performing the remaining script, after the injected variables.

I am a beginner to AutoIT. I am trying to make a interesting bot between pages. Included is the code.

Global $iOE = _IECreate ("https://sample.com/")
    Local $username = _IEGetObjByName($iOE,"log")
    Local $pass = _IEGetObjByName($iOE,"pwd")
    Local $button = _IEGetObjByName ($iOE,"wp-submit")

    _IEFormElementSetValue ($username, "user1")
    _IEFormElementSetValue ($pass, "pass1")
    _IEAction ($button, "click")
    _IELoadWait ($iOE)
    _IENavigate ($iOE, "https://sample.com/sample")

    ;New variables because of new URL
    Local $title = _IEGetObjById ($iOE, "title")
    Local $switch = _IEGetObjById ($iOE, "content-html")
    Local $content = _IEGetObjById ($iOE, "content")
    Local $save = _IEGetObjById ($iOE, "save-post")
    Local $host = _IEBodyReadHTML ($iOE)
    Local $hostchg = $host.ResponseText()
    Local $logout = _IEGetObjById ($iOE,"wp-admin-logout")

    _IEFormElementSetValue ($title, "Snowballs")
    _IEAction ($switch, "click")
    _IEFormElementSetValue ($content, "Take a step back and weep my children!")
    _IEAction ($save, "click")


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